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Brian S. Goodman Joins Kramon & Graham

Kramon & Graham, P.A. is pleased and excited to announce that, on June 1, 2014, Brian S. Goodman joined the Firm as a Principal. Brian, a civil trial lawyer with a busy practice and very active trial schedule, has been a member of the Maryland Bar since 1982. Over the years, Brian has developed very strong professional relationships with members of the Firm with whom Brian has successfully partnered in cases and in the joint-representations of mutual clients.

Andy Graham, the Firm's co-founder, commented: "My relationship with Brian goes back 25 years. Brian and I have worked closely on cases together, and he is an excellent trial lawyer with an outstanding reputation both in the profession and the community. We are delighted to welcome Brian to the Firm." Dave Shuster, the Firm’s Managing Principal, echoes Andy’s remarks: “I have known Brian as a friend and colleague for 20 years. He is committed to obtaining excellent results for his clients, and he is a great addition to the Firm.”

Before joining Kramon & Graham, P.A., Brian was a partner with PK Law, a highly regarded full-service firm that includes an excellent team of business, education, estate planning, elder law, and trial attorneys. Brian explained that: "Over the years, Andy and I have discussed the concept of me joining Kramon & Graham. Deciding to leave my friends at PK Law was a difficult decision. I have tremendous respect and admiration for my former firm, and I hope to continue my strong professional relationships with my friends there. I have no doubt that, given PK Law's strong leadership and talent, its vibrant practice will continue to experience impressive growth, and I look forward to the two firms continuing to collaborate with each other."

In addition to being an outstanding trial lawyer, Brian is committed to the community. For the past 37 years, Brian has brought his incredible energy to the position of General Manager of the Young Victorian Theatre Company – a community theater that has become a beloved fixture in Baltimore's arts community.